Hello and Happy Wednesday! This is a quick blog post to tell you about another Chrome extension that I’ve been using with online arbitrage. It’s Jordan Malik’s product called Cleer Platinum.
I purchased it on March 15 and use it several times a week on my favorite shoe sourcing site. But I also used it last week to find inventory on The Lakeside Collection.
I can tell you one thing. Without Cleer Platinum, I wouldn’t even have bothered with The Lakeside Collection. It’s not that there is anything bad about them, it’s just that I don’t enjoy online sourcing.
Shoes are my first priority and after I buy my shoes for the day, I have no desire to spend more time looking for other types of products. Online arbitrage gives me eye strain and wrist aches more than any other type of computer work. Don’t ask why, but that’s the way it is.
Cleer Platinum makes online arbitrage more bearable because you can go through products faster which means less time on the computer.
Less online arbitrage time = less eye strain and less wrist aches. 🙂
Since I found several products quickly on The Lakeside Collection, I figured that it’s a good time to tell you about Cleer Platinum. I hope that it helps you with online arbitrage as it has helped me.
Cleer Platinum’s Supported Websites and Colored Buttons
Cleer Platinum currently has 26 supported websites:
When you’re on the product pages of a supported site, you’ll see a row of colored 1-Click buttons on the bottom of the product images:
In the above image, there are Amazon, eBay and eBay Completed Sales buttons. When you click on one of them, it’ll do a search for that product and take you to the Search Results page of either Amazon or eBay. This saves you time from having to copy and paste the product titles.
If you source at an online store that isn’t listed, you can still use Cleer Platinum. You highlight the product title and then right click to open a menu. Then you just press on a Cleer Platinum menu item to begin your search.
Watch this video about Cleer Platinum. Jordan shows you the menu right after the 7 minute, 33 second mark.
Quick View Software
When you purchase Cleer Platinum, Jordan gives you 3 bonuses. My favorite bonus is the Quick View Chrome extension:
Quick View and additional Cleer Platinum colored buttons show up on the Amazon Search Results page. I use Quick View to quickly scan the ranking and to see if Amazon is a Seller. Quick View saves you time because it eliminates any clicks or mouse-overs to see that information.
Then if the initial ranking and Seller info looks good, I’ll either mouse-over the Camel or Keepa buttons or click through to the product page for more research.
Two Other Ways to Use Cleer Platinum and Quick View
Find Products That Aren’t on Amazon: When sourcing, I start from a online retailer’s product page and click on the Amazon button to go to the Amazon Search Results page. Then I look for the product and look at the Quick View data.
However, you can do the opposite and look for products that are not listed on Amazon. If it’s an awesome product and you don’t see it on the Amazon Search Results page, then spend a few extra minutes searching for it yourself. If you don’t find it, then you might consider purchasing it and creating the Amazon listing so that you’ll be the only Seller on the listing.
Reverse Source on Amazon: I love starting my product searches on Amazon to find low ranking products with low competition. Quick View speeds up this process because when you’re on a Search Results page, you can quickly scan the products to see if they meet your ranking and Seller criteria. If it does, then research it further to see if it’ll be a great wholesale item for you to pursue.
Quick Comparison to Tactical Arbitrage
Tactical Arbitrage (TA) is a powerful and popular online sourcing tool. A lot of people have success with it. However, it is not for everyone with its steeper learning curve and higher cost:
- Tactical Arbitrage: $99.00 per month
- Cleer Platinum: $97.00 for lifetime access
TA does have more features and it saves you time from having to click the colored buttons. Some people love it because it’ll scan thousands of products while you sleep and then you wake up to the results.
But once you wake up and are ready to tackle the results, you still have to confirm that TA matched up the store’s product listing to the correct Amazon listing. So, there is double checking involved just like when you purchase an online sourcing list.
I’m not here to write a TA review as I’m not qualified to do that. I signed up for TA but cancelled it. Again, many people are finding success with it. But I wasn’t one of them. I personally prefer Cleer Platinum because it’s easier to learn, has a one-time fee and it speeds up my online sourcing time. It may not have all of the bells and whistles of TA, but at this time, I don’t need them.
Try Cleer Platinum Risk-Free!
If you’re looking for an inexpensive tool to help you speed up your online sourcing, then click here to purchase Cleer Platinum. Spend a few weeks testing it out. If it doesn’t fit your needs, then follow the instructions to cancel and get your money back as it comes with a 30-Day, 100% money-back guarantee.
As always, let me know if you have any questions. Comment below or find me on Facebook!